The campground was nice. We stayed at 13 across from the bathrooms. There was a visiting skunk the first night, but I found it rather cute, and as long as it didn't try to stink us we were fiine letting it be. The racoons were a bit more to deal with. Every night they would raid the trash cans infront of the bathrooms and it sounded as if they were giggling the whole time. Our last night we left the trunk open unattended for a moment too long (our mistake!) 5 racoons got right in the car and started cleaning up our 2 year olds spilled trail mix. Slamming the car doors a few times got them out with no damages.
The camp host new our daughters name and called "hello" when ever we crossed paths. No one complained about the fact that our 2 year old gets up rather early to start yelling questions and singing at the top of her lungs (we can not keep her quiet). The host and rangers were very helpfull and answered any questions we had.
The hike to the beach was very nice. Who knew dunes were so strange and beautiful! The sand was fine, but there is a lot of drift wood about. The sand dunes were fun to climb and slide down and provided a nice and warm sheltered area to sit and watch the sunset.
We had a great time and I think we will be back to visit soon.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Camp amongst the dunes, and it even has hot showers. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bodega Dunes Campground Hotel Bodega Bay